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for google, right? >> it is. we're watching google shares hit an all time high of $775. it had an ipo in 2004, at $85. that makes it up more than, what, 800% in eight years. you're having google riding on the coattails of the broader market today. with all the hype and focus we give to apple, we forget there is another $700 tech giant in town. investors are buying in today because -- in hopes the company is getting close to settling an antitrust case in europe. google has been really the focus of this three-year investigation that has been going on in the eu and to its search business there, the dominance of the google search engine. also helping the stock move higher today, brooke, wireless carriers activating a million android devices per day, giving apple a run for its money. >> good for those folks who got in when getting was good in '04. alison kosik, thank you. >>> broad picture, let's talk to jill schlessinger. jill, i knew i liked you. i was reading a piece today where you quoted the grateful dead in talking about the ups and downs of the dow jones. give me that line. >> it has been a
results from the online search engine google. a harvard professor found names typically associated with african americans were 25% more likely to produce ad results offering background checks and suggesting the person had a criminal record. she conducted the study after a search for her own name and turned up an ad reading -- pakistani schoolgirl attacked by the taliban last year has undergone successful surgery to repair her skull. malala yousafza was left seriously wounded when militants shot her in the head for campaigning for the rights of girls. shortly before her operation, she announced the creation of a new foundation to advocate for children. >> today you can see that i am alive. i can see. i can see you. i concede everyone. today, i can see and i'm getting better day by day. it is because of the prayer's of people. because of the people, men, women, children -- all of them have prayed for me. because of these prayers' and because of these prayers, god has given me this new life. this is the second line. i want to serve the people. i want everyone, every girl, every child
. they are already generating power for 15% of this ebay campus. there are contracts with google, walmart, and coca-cola. >> fuel goes in. air goes in, out comes electricity. >> two years ago cbs's 60 minutes previewed the product line. on hand was governor schwarzenegger and powell. >> basically what happened is we found that the company was bringing people from mexico. >> now it appears bloom energy may be losing some of its luster. the department of labor says the company willfully violated rules underpaying 14 workers brought into the u.s. on visitor visas. >> they were working alongside american workers. they were being paid in pesos. they were working in excess of 40 hours a week. so, they weren't being paid overtime. >> workers were paid just $2 -6r -- $2.66. they say they will pay back pay and $60,000 in fines. >> because the employees are from mexico and here on a visa does not mean the employer does not have to pay them what is required. >> bloom energy did not respond to our request for comment. in
. >> how much fun do you have playing her? >> i did google m.c. hammer doing that. i didn't do it like he did it. >>> which is even better. you let yourself go. you go for it. >> that was jai rodriguez. a blast to work with. sara rue. it is so much fun to get back in television after the "reba" show. having a fun time on "malibu country" on friday night on abc. loving every minute of it. >> how much of your character is you? >> pretty much everything. what you see is what you get. i'm pretty much that character. i am -- i try to raise my kids right. i try to discipline them, just like in real life. and so having a blast. lillie mae, lily tomlin's character is a lot like my mama. buddies, best friends. >> you can't fake the chemistry. >> she's wonderful to work with, to hang out with. i just love it. >> if it wasn't enough that you're so honest and so yourself on your show, the show "nashville" another great show i love so much on abc. it's been said that connie br t britton's character is based on you. have you seen it? >> i have. i don't know that it is. i love how they portray the musi
, it's getting to me. what we find out about a new chinese tax up off of google earth as opposed to a traditional process come you have to raise the question of how much we see the types of things we need to see. that doesn't get to the question of human, what networks we have on the ground, how we work with allies who are concerned but i think the best analogy that most of our allies in the asia-pacific hurt concerned with front yard and their front door of a to the street in intersection, they're not concerned about the troll and intersection. they want to make sure no one comes in around eight and it's a problem because we have presumptions that a lot of the reasons we had the treaty with japan, were not worried about an amphibious aid in japan. it's hard to drive the mayor. so that's the type of things that need to focus on, which goes towards building a community of interest we can leverage another race. >> are going to wrap things up. let me take my colleagues of you and the rest arrested at the policy series. we've got health care on tuesday, economic realities and priorit
, google is now bringing you the grand canyon to you with more than 9,000 extraordinary 360-degree panoramic images including the famous meteor crater. look at the gorgeous pictures captured by a street trekker, which can function in location only accessible by foot, and google plans to take the trekker to more unique location around the world. i am guessing that you have been to the grand canyon by this point? that is a gorgeous way to get the there. >> if you can't go there, it is a better way to see it, but the better way to go there is to go there. >> it is beautiful and one of my favorite places, wolf. >> me, too. >>> it was exactly ten years ago today that space shuttle "columbia" broke apart killing all astronauts on board. we will talk to the widow of the commander of the shuttle next. ♪ [ male announcer ] every car we build must make adrenaline pump and pulses quicken. ♪ to help you not just to stay alive... but feel alive. the new c-class is no exception. it's a mercedes-benz through and through. see your authorized mercedes-benz dealer for exceptional offers through
companies such as google, microsoft and intel, could end up helping many people in poor countries get onto the web. it could also cement long-term ties between the state department and the companies while opening new markets and reaching new customers for silicon valley. it's another sign of how her legacy will play itself out for years to come. in terms of what she's done. >> exactly. i've written a lot about how she has tried to turn the state department into sort of a business promotion machine. and traditionally this has been with, you know, industries like aerospace, companies like boeing, the tech world, you know, coming into the state department and getting help from the u.s. government is newer. but obviously, google, yahoo! these companies have a lot to gain from getting people internet access in places like africa all around the developing world. on average in developed countries, about 70% of people are online. it's only 20% of people in the developing world. and the reason is that the costs are prohibitive. and it's actually not because people are so poor. it's because the mark
used. this wouldn't be the first time this kind of thing has happened. google and china had a very similar row just a few years ago over exactly the same issue. so many experts are seeing a disturbing trend emerging when it comes to cyberattacks allegedly sponsored by the chinese authorities targeting a wider array of targets around the world. >> now let's check in with anderson cooper with a special "a.c. 360." >> a special "a.c. 360" from the nation's capital, guns under fire. we want to cut through the yelling and finger pointing and have an actual discussion that zeros in on key issues. and the key question, how to stop the epidemic of gun violence. we'll hear from all different sides in this debate, from people who have lost loved ones, from those who have used guns to save lives, survivors of mass shootings, legal experts, gun control advocates, and those who do not want more gun control. all of that up next, erin. >> i'm really looking forward to that. a special night for anderson. >>> and today beyonce admitted that she did have some help at the inauguration. >> i am a perf
former pollster for bill clinton i googled worst confirmation hearing ever and up popped chuck hagel. i thought it would be john tower or bork. hagel got the worse. >> here is what happened. bottom line, chug hagel demonstrated why i believe he is not qualified to be secretary of defense but, yet, there are a couple of republicans who will vote for him and i predict that the entire democratic caucus in the senate, some 54 or 55, will vote for him. he will be confirmed notwithstanding he had misstatements about iran and would not answer senator mccain on the surge in iraq and demonstrated he doesn't know a lot about the job he is most likely going to get. >>gregg: did he rise to the legal of incompetence? >> that is where he landed, incompetence. i loved the containment thing. it was unbelievable. he will proposal get con filled but the issue is, our partisan politics has produce add system all democrats include those who know he does not belong, are voting for him. a lot of democrats in the southern states and alaska, where if there was an effort, i have seen polling numbers privately t
love 48% of single women, they do their homework and research whether it's on the googles or facebook and the guys are saying that's not okay for to you do the research to meet me. >> maybe men are worried that people will think they're spying or stalking, by doing that. i was looking at that data to wonder why it is men are resistant to looking up somebody. >> do you think the catfishing, the manti te'o-ification of the world will change how we date online? >> i don't think it's dating online. it's introducing online. i studied the brain. they say go out and have a coffee and get to know the person and during that, the ancient human brain kicks in and we do the courtship so it's a new way to meet which makes sense because you know, we're not marrying the boy we met in college or the girl we met -- >> some of us are, 20 years this one, 20 years. >> so this study is about singles but you also did find out some interesting things about marriage. >> every year we take it, we focus on some things and this year we had over 1,000 people who were married and one of the most wonderf
allow consumers to surf the web without using a pay. google and microsoft say free-for-all wireless is a good idea. >>> the school girl shot by the taliban is recovering in england. moments ago, a video of malala was released. she is getting better day by day. >>> and the 500-year-old remains of richard iii have been confirmed. the skeleton was found underneath a parking lot. >>> retailers, banks and shoppers are adjusting to life without the penny as ottawa phases out the coin starting today. some are spending hundreds of thank you thousands of dollars to revamp the system. the penny is being pha >>> we are looking at a log of fog around bay area. some places seeing visibilities less than an 1/8 of a mile. being to take time for that to break up. temperatures until the 30s and the 40s. i think by the afternoon, the fog will be sitting out toward the coastline. it will keep you cool there as well. only in the 50s. 60s in the bay and the valley. next couple of days, chance of showers returns on thursday. >> announcer: this national weather report spons
a new chinese attack sub, or ballistic missile site, often google earth as opposed to a traditional process. you have to raise the question of just how much we are releasing the types of things we need to see. that doesn't and get to the question of human, what type of networks we have on the ground, how we are working with our allies who are also very concerned with, i think the best analogy is that most of our allies in the asia-pacific are concerned with their front yard. and their front door. and when they get out to the streets and intersections, that's what they want the u.s. to police. they're not concerned about the current the intersection industry. i want to make sure no one comes inside their own gate. it's a problem because we have presumptions that a lot of the reasons we have, for example, the treaty with japan. we are not worried about an amphibious invasion of japan. we want japan to take a more active role in the intersection. so that's the type of thing we need to focus on i think for that intelligence which goes towards building the community interest that we can
of you -- you know about the google and the system of tubes, i know. internet advertisers are mainly right. they know how to find your special niche, your special opportunities. for example, you order a couple bus size jackets and did the banner ad that says, lose 20 pounds in two days. i thought, if it works or that it has got to work if you order up a joke books. i will get an instant banner ad telling me how to be an instant stand up comedian in an hour or less. as of speech time, i checked the phone -- no banner ads. planned the has failed me. so i thought, i will talk until -- and tell you all that i used to be the north dakota state tax commissioner. [laughter] those of you who are familiar with north dakota state tax commissioner's -- kent conrad was a tax commissioner. i thought, i will just tell you stories about being the north dakota state tax commissioner. you all look panicked because you think this will be a discussion about the difference between earned and unearned income, which honestly you should write more about. but instead i will tell you why it is so different w
done. unlike backdrops, these are actual books. when everyone got google and binge, everyone gave up their encyclopedias and brought them here. >>gretchen: pull one out. >>brian: how about this, the annals of america, i'm going to read. the governor represented a fuller explanation during his interview. i'll read more during the break. >>steve: from what you're doing right there right now, i would imagine you left bourbon street about five minutes ago. >>brian: you are lying. the game was over four hours, as gretchen said in the open, 4 hours, 14 minutes, the longest super bowl in history. we had a quick turnaround, 90 minutes. we were on the field at midnight local time. it was one of those crazy days with a 35-minute blackout. >>steve: it was crazy. did you prepare a report for us this morning? >>brian: no. oh yeah, i did. in fact, i did. here's a look back at one of the most bizarre and, dare i say, electrifying super bowls of all time. >> when the cannons went off both teams were ready to play, but in reality it was the ravens, not the 49ers, going for the gold. joe flacco on fir
at the consumers electronics show. look that up and google that whole story. >> soda stream is still going to get an ad. run where of their older ones where coke and pepsi isn't blowing up in. >> i try to take the other side? >> i'm mr. cbs. [ laughter ] >> well, i mean, pepsi and coca cola buy so many ads in the super bowl, you know, it's kind of a slap in the face to the coke and pepsi people who give us so much money, i would rather not run that one add. >> how are you ever going to be able to pull yourself up by your own boot straps and ever become a coke or a pepsi? >> this is america. >> i'm going to shave a slides dale then,. >> the budweiser people. >> we don't want to know about your personal life. >> i'm going to cut a tail off sr. something. >> why can't cbs just say hey we don't get involved the ads are running wear not getting involved in the winners or losers. it's up to you. >> it's different if it's a little charged something that is going to be porn graphic? >> also i'm very lazy, too it. do you make your own soda clayton at home. >> seltsa water at home. >> would you do that? >>
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